Chelsea kits leaked online - 2015/16

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Chelsea could be playing in blue, white and black next season if leaked photos of next season's kits are to be believed.

The relatively uninspiring shirts have been appearing online over the weekend, with new shirt sponsor 'Turkish Airlines' branded straight across the middle.

A blue home shirt isn't anything to get particularly excited about, and in truth it's a relatively standard effort from Adidas if the photos turn out to be legitimate. There is no drastic change from this season's effort.

The away kit is perhaps the pick of the bunch, with similarities to the 2013/14 away kit. It's predominantly white, but with a blue trim at the bottom and on the sleeves. It also has a red hoop around the arms for added impact.

A black third kit also bares resemblance to the 2013/14 edition, giving rise to the possibility that these images - released by FootyHeadlines - might not be completely legitimate.

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Time will tell, of course, but we do know that Jose Mourinho's side are cutting ties with Samsung as the main shirt sponsor at the end of the season and Turkish Airlines will be replacing the mobile phone giant.

The home shirt will always be blue, unless a Chinese owner takes over and wants them to play in Red, of course, but the away and third strips still have scope for a bit more excitement if Adidas and the Blues really wanted to push the boat out.

Chelsea fans will be hoping these are prototypes.

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